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Limousine Werks Relocates

LCT staff
Posted on May 1, 1988

In April, Limousine Werks opened a new state-of-the-art limousine manufacturing facility in Schaumburg, IL. Limousine Werks is now lo­cated within 15 minutes of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.

Limousine Werks has combined its three primary divisions - manufacturing, sales, and service into a single, expanded facility. "Being within close proximity to O'Hare Airport, we are able to sit face to face with clients, designers, engineers, service techni­cians, and marketers," explains Limousine Werks President Matthew Baines.

"An easily accessible location also allows us to further expand our al­ ready extensive training program for dealer personnel," Baines continues. "There is nothing quite like the ex­perience of a personal tour of a limousine manufacturing facility. You can talk about all the intricacies of severing, extending, and reassem­bling a limousine...but actually see­ing the operation is a whole lot more demonstrative."

Baines, a 12-year veteran of the limousine industry, feels that "total control" is the most important benefit of the Limousine Werks' consolida­tion and expansion. Limousine Werks specializes in Cadillac and Lin­coln limousines, and specialty vehi­cle conversions such as Rolls-Royce and Mercedes-Benz conversions. Baines predicts that 1988 and 1989 will be record years for the manufac­turing and sale of limousines both domestically and internationally.

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